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North Dakota Century Code Title 43. Occupations and Professions § 43-28-06. Powers of board

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The board may:

1. Adopt and enforce reasonable rules to govern its proceedings and to carry out this chapter.

2. Examine applicants for licenses or registration to practice dentistry, dental hygiene, or dental assisting in this state, either by direct examination or by accepting the results of national or regional dental testing services in which the board participates or which the board recognizes.

3. Issue, suspend, revoke, limit, cancel, restrict, and reinstate licenses to practice dentistry or dental hygiene and the biennial certificates of registration upon any grounds authorized by this chapter or rules adopted by the board.

4. Issue subpoenas to require the attendance of witnesses and the production of documentary evidence and may administer oaths.  Any member or executive officer of the board may administer oaths to witnesses, or issue subpoenas, but all subpoenas so issued must be attested by the secretary who shall affix the seal of the board thereto.

5. Employ and compensate an executive director, attorneys, investigative staff, and clerical assistants and may perform any other duties imposed upon the board by this chapter.

6. Establish minimum continuing professional education requirements for dentists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants.

7. Enter an agreement with the same professional organization with which the North Dakota board of medicine has entered an agreement under subsection 6 of section 43-17-07.1.

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